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I have a 2013 Polaris Ranger 800 6x6.
I am 100% disabled Veteran as an amputee of the right leg above the knee (RAKA) (and a host of other medical issues!).
I have searched high and low and cannot find any modifications for my disAbility!.
I either need to install some sort of hand push rod or modify the fuel pedal to the left of the brake pedal and move the break pedal towards the right as there is no room to it's left because of the fender well.

Currently I attached a rod with a plate on the end and used two bolts to attach it to the existing fuel pedal.

Has anyone done this?
Has anyone ever adapted/modified their machine for ADA?
Thanks in advance...

I am open to any suggestions...
God Bless!
 

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What type of setup do you have in your car/truck?
It is a Veigel Compact II.
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The rods are attached to the fuel & brake pedal and the unit itself is mounted to my center console of my 2011 Ram 2500 Laramie Longhorn Edition Mega Cab 4x4. That set up will not work unless I want to put in some sort of console on the 6x6.








Since posting this I am installing a "Left Foot" fuel pedal that has attached to the left about 12 inches (adjustable) an arm with a roller that is to roll on the actual fuel pedal.
It may work for what I need, we'll see...
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